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He drove 20 to 35 minutes from his home to the Rutgers Busch campus, arriving around midnight, he said. "I just didn’t want his roommate to have trouble with two gay men in the room that he shares,” M. B., the prosecution’s unnamed star witness, said that while having sex with Tyler Clementi in a Rutgers University dormitory during one of their three meetings, he noticed a webcam peering at Clementi’s bed. “I just noticed it because I happened to glance over,” M. “There was no thoughts that somebody might be watching me,” he said. In an interview with reporters outside the courtroom during a lunch break, M. “If I saw a light on, maybe I would have brought it up. said he exited Clementi’s room to find a group of students loitering and gawking in the hallway. "It seemed kind of unsettling." And, as the two men lay in Clementi’s bed two days after that, M. said he “could hear people talking in the courtyard -- people joking, people laughing. B.’s attorney, Richard Pompelio, called him a "fine young man who came here to tell the truth under very difficult circumstances." Pompelio also defended the court’s decision to protect his client’s identity, after Superior Court Judge Glenn Berman ordered that M. is not to be photographed and his testimony cannot be recorded. Across campus, another broken sprinkler head caused flooding in a different dorm."They were just like, 'Yeah, find somewhere else to stay for the night,'" said Victoria Collins.(Video by John Munson / The Star-Ledger) Prosecutors allege Ravi intentionally set up the webcam to spy on and humiliate his gay roommate, but Ravi’s lawyer, Steve Altman, contends Ravi is not prejudiced and checked on the two men via webcam only because he was worried about his valuable possessions in the room with a stranger.
The first encounter followed about four hours of instant messaging, M.
sent another text, again answering Clementi’s message. “It was just a quick hi,” he said of Ravi’s reaction. I wasn’t really studying his looks.” Altman questioned M. about those initial minutes in Clementi’s room on Sept.
19, three days after his initial visit to the room, and Ravi was there.
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